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funded by cbs >> it's friday welcome to "cbs this morning," everyone. i'm jeff glor with rebecca jar sis. charlie, gayle and norah are off. there are predictions but little progress in washington with a deadline for the fiscal cliff now just four days away. >> president obama meets later today with congressional leaders in one last effort to make a deal before the deadline. major garrett is at the white house. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, rebecca and jeff. in just a couple of hours at the white house the president meets with all the key congressional leaders, top democrats harry reid and nancy pelosi leading republicans mitch mcconnell and john boehner. no deal can be reached in past without their cooperation. with the meeting comes a glimmer of hope. in the past all the ifisical cliff talks meetings like this have been the least productive of all. whether he meant to or not the senate majority leader may have spoken for a nation exhausted by seemingly endless fiscal cliff negotiations. >> what's going on here? >> reporter: what indeed. president obam
" th, everybody everybody. i'm jeff glor along with rebecca jarvis. >>> the fiscal cliff is now just four days away. >>> president obama meets with congressional leaders for one last effort before they reach the deadline. major garrett is at the white house. major, good morning. >> good morning, rebecca and jeff. president obama meets with the top congressional leaders. no deal can be reached impasse without their meeting. so far the fiscal talks have been when all four of these leaders have been present. >> whether he meant it or not, it seems exhaustive. >> i mean what's going on here? >> what indeed. president obama returned to the white house in a grim mood. he met with no congressional leaders and said nothing about his efforts to avert the fiscal cliff. talks continue between senior white house and congressional staff, but that's been true throughout then tire saga. with the deadline looming there were dire predictions. >> come the first of this year, americans will have less income than they have today. >> and rekrimm nations. >> now republicans have bent over backward. we've
himself with it. captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." i'm jeff glor with rebecca jarvis. huge winter storm is making its final stop in the northeast, after causing damage and travel problems coast to coast. >> more than 35 states have felt the power of the storm since it first hit california sunday. it's now blamed for at least 12 deaths, along with the snow it caused more than 40 tornadoes in the deep south, starting on christmas day, and this morning, northern areas of pennsylvania new york and new england have one to two feet of snow on the ground. nearly 500,000 utility customers have lost power. melina shop row is in new york. >> reporter: as the snow continues to fall authorities are urging motorists stay off of the roads. with about a foot of snow already on the ground we're seeing how big and powerful this snowstorm has been. from california to new york the fast-moving storm system that began over the weekend completed its cross-country trek in the northeast, enveloping state after state and heavy snow. >> that's pretty rough. the wet sno
." >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." i'm jeff glor with rebecca jarvis charlie rose. gayle king and norah o'donnell are off. >>> on the ground and in the air on this busy day before christmas, there's trouble. >> and the problem is a storm system that hit the west coast over the weekend. now it's moving east threatening to cause problems all week long. anna warner is at dallas/ft. worth airport. anna, good morning. >> reporter: we're seeing a steady stream of travelers on their way to destinations. things on the west coast have cleared up. no major flight delays out there so far, but people heading to other holiday destinations may encounter some trouble. that's because this fast moving storm is heading over the rocky mountains and is expected to drop a lot of snow on the midwest as it heads to the northeast. travelers may see problems. those hoping for a white christmas will get their wish, but they may be stuck seeing santa in the airport. >> we don't want to spend christmas at laguardia. >> reporter: more than 5,000 flights were cancelled this week as snow smothered
"cbs this "cbs t >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." i'm jeff floor. there is travel trouble across the nation and on the ground in the air on this busy day before christmas. >> and the problem is a storm system that hit the west coast over the weekend. now it's moving east, threatening to cause problems all week long and anna werner is at dallas-ft. worth international parent. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, rebecca and jeff. we receive a steady stream of travelers coming in here at the dallas-ft. worth international airport but some across the country could have some problems if they're still on their way to their holiday destinations. that's because that fast-moving storm is coming over the rocky mountains and is poised to dump a lot of snow on the midwest as it moves to the northeast. those hoping for a white christmas will get their wish but they may be stuck seeing santa in the airport. more than 5,000 flights were canceled this week as snow smothered the midwest. drivers didn't fair any better as heavy accumulation clogged roadways and buried cars. >> i wish i had my reindeer.
to be the potential for tornadoes in the southeast and meteorologist jeff berardelli of wfor has more. good morning, jeff. >> good morning, rebecca. already getting active out there, especially in parts of texas and louisiana. severe thunderstorm warnings are ongoing. the reason for it is right now we have a lot of energy in the atmosphere and what that's causing is the potential for a widespread severe weather outbreak. winds out of the southeast and winds out of the southwest and that causes spinning in the atmosphere or wind sheer. this is a powerful system. a lot of the thunderstorms are going to become rotating super cell thunderstorms. we expect probably a lot of tornadoes and some of them could be on the strong side during the day today. >> all right, jeff, merry christmas. thanks so much. >>> christians around the world are celebrating the birth of jesus. pope benedict delivered his annual christmas day message talking about what he called the slaughter in syria. earlier he talked about the need for god in a technology-driven world. and crowds packed manger square in be
asked general electric chairman and ceo jeff immelt for his thoughts on the looming fiscal cliff and the impact it could have on the u.s. economy. >> i'd make a couple comments. we've got to get this done now. not there are people who write and go on news shows and say we can let it lapse two weeks. that is specifically not true. we need this to get resolved now. not because because jim mcnerney will say it or jeff immelt will say it, but the millions who work for us, their lives are in flux. this is incredibly credible that we get it done now. we need revenue. everybody knows we need revenue. >> i think the president is right in asking for more revenue and therefore not extending the bush tax cuts to those with more than $250,000. >> bowles-simpson, there's not been one commission that says we can do this just on spending cuts. there has to be revenue. i think speaker boehner is the only guy that can lead us in that. >> that means you've got to take the republicans from the house of representatives and make the deal. >> and i trust that he could do it. >> we'll have more of that
long it became the 12-13-12 concert. jeff glor is here with the highlights. jeff, good morning. >> reporter: charlie, good morning touchlt it seemed like everything about the night was big. the length of the concert, nearly six hours. the list of performers, 17. promoters are hoping the biggest number of all is the amount of money raised. >> this has got to be the largest collection of old english musicians ever in mad 17 square garden. >> reporter: mick jagger was right, but it wasn't just englishmen performing at last night's concert for sandy relief. the stage was full of artists and presenters who grew up in sandy's path. >> my city, new york city. ♪ put your cell phones in the air ♪ ♪ we can celebrate love >> i'm here to talk to you about seaside heights. >> long island. >> i was born in brooklyn. >> staten island. >> the good part, not the wootang part. >> we're just too mean to lay down and die. ♪ >> reporter: an epic lineup for an historic show. ♪ only the good die young >> reporter: available to two billion viewers. the 12-12-12 concert was the most widely di
vigil for the victims. jeff glor is here with that story. jeff, good morning. >> norah, good morning to you. before his speech last night, president obama told the governor of connecticut that friday was the most difficult day of his presidency. he carried that knowledge with him on stage, delivering a speech that said something must change. >> we gather here in memory of 20 beautiful children and 6 remarkable adults. >> as president obama addressed the crowd at sandy hook high school last night. >> i can only hope it helps for you to know -- >> he said he spoke for all parents. >> -- that you're not alone in your grief. that our world too has been torn apart. that all across this land of ours, we have wept with you. >> but he also spoke as a weary leader. >> since i've been president this is the fourth time we have come together to comfort a grieving community torn apart by mass shootings. we can't tolerate this anymore. these tragedies must end. surely we can do better than this. >> and as he read the names of the 20 children who died in friday's shooting som
to figure out what led to this massacre. jeff glor is in newtown, connecticut, where two young victims were laid to rest on monday. jeff, good morning. >> reporter: nor agood morning to you. we are one week away from christm christmas. here in connecticut, it will be a week full of funerals for the victims of friday's shooting. in connecticut on monday, the first two funerals were held for the victims of friday's shooting. 6-year-old noah pozner and 6-year-old jack pinto. the state's governor and lieutenant governor each attended one of the services. >> you try to feel their pain but you can't. you try to find some words that you hope will be adequate, knowing that they'll be inadequate. and you see little coffins, and your heart has to ache. >> reporter: that heartache will continue over the coming days as more funerals take place and as the holidays approach. in the middle of town here, an ever-growing memorial has become a site for those who want to pay their respects. >> because i'm a dad of four beautiful children, four daughters. when i found out, it broke my heart. and it's hard to s
the conditions are terrible. >>> all right, let's bring bring in jeff for the weather, what is the latest on the storms? >> it's in the earn part of the country. we're expecting the severe weather threat to shift to the east today. i want to punch this full so you can see it. that's where the shrms are, on the northern and western side of this storm we have a raging blizzard. we're expecting almost a foot of snow there, and snow is now moving into northern parts of virginia. >> what about into the rest of the week? >> this storm will start to translate northeast ward and will be a headache for most of the earn half of the country. first things first, let's talk about the severe weather today. today, it's in earn parts of georgia, north carolina south carolina, and there is a moderate risk for severe weather. that means we could see tornadoes in this area once again. as far as snowfall that strip of blew is between six and 12 inches of snow but it's towards upstate new york with lake enhanced snow one to two feet of snow wind gusts up to 40 miles per hour and a huge
what led to this massacre.acre. jeff gore is inlor is in newtown, connecticut, where two victims were laid to rest monday morning. >> reporter: good morning to you and good morning to your viewers in the west.n connecticu one week this week will be full of funerals and wakes. friday's in connecticut on monday the first two funerals were held for the victims of friday's 6-year-old shooting, 6-year-old noah pozner 6- and 6-year-old jack pinto. the state's and lieutenant ed one of th governor each attended one of you try their services. >> you try to feel their pain but you can't. some you try to find some words that you hope will be adequate knowing they'll be inadequate see and you see little coffins and your heart has to ache. >> reporte >> reporter: that heart ache will continue over the coming day days, as more funerals take place and as the holidays oach. approach.iddle in the middle of town here an ev ever growing memorial has become who a site for those who want to pay their respects of >> because i'm a dad of four en four beautiful children, four daug daughters
and i couldn't see, and i'm thinking jeff zucker has just taken over cnn. i haven't even met with the guy, i'm going to be blind. >> you're blind, yes. >> how am i going to adapt? at like 1:00 a.m., you know, i was, like, you know, your mind starts to play tricks with you, and -- >> it's much tougher to dodge bullets when you're blind. >> yeah, and i literally could not see my hand in front of my face. it was like all -- >> did you have on sunglasses, anderson? >> no, i don't like wearing sunglasses, that's the thing. so now i have to wear sunglasses all the time, yeah. >> small price to pay, i'd say. >> we've just discovered this amazing thing about anderson. he does not know as much about music in the segment we just had, as we might have imagined you'd know. >> i really know nothing about music music. >> we think about you as the king of pop culture as well as a war correspondent. >> i don't want to let you down but yeah no music was just -- i didn't grow up listening to music. >> what do you do when you work out? >> i listen to like rihanna and up
of the top names in music. as jeff glor reports, the cause hits home for many of them. >> i've never seen anything remotely close to what hurricane sandy was. >> reporter: sandy was a worth-case scenario storm. millions lost power, thousands lost homes, and over 130 people lost their lives. new jersey new york and connecticut were the hardest hit. they're also home to some of the biggest names in music. >> i was here during the storm. it was scary. >> to witness my city and the tri-state area really going through something where nobody could control it. >> this was just complete and entire buildings washed away into the sea. >> reporter: 121212, the concert for sandy relief at madison square garden is being called one of the biggest music events of all time. >> we called bruce springsteen and paul mccartney and they said yes immediately. >> reporter: the last time producers managed to bring this many big names together, it was after 9/11. ♪ i've seen the lights go out on broadway ♪ >> reporter: 121212 has already raise third degree $2 million in sponsorship b
's wrong. >> so, jeff what's the solution to this? >> well one solution is to change the rules and to change the way patents are designed. charlie, keep in mind these worlds were for a mechanical world. we're in a dynamic world now. maybe chang them for software because that is a business that changes much more quickly. >> and then jeff you know it sounds like this is really stifling innovation and it hurts small businesses. >> it does indeed. and keep in mind you know a company like microsoft has the lawyers and the millions or billions in some cases to defend these lawsuits. but when you're a small business man and you have to spend a million and a half dollars to potentially fight one of those these lawsuits for five or ten years, it can make or >>> all right, storm clouds moving in overnight and looks like it's going to dump around the bay area. we have seen heavy rainfall early on today as much as 4" in the mountains of the north bay. that sliding slowly to the south so it will pick up. rain heavy at times to go along with strong gusty winds. high
woke up with excruciating pain, couldn't. see i'm thinking, jeff zucker has just taken over cnn. i haven't even meant with the guy. i'm going to be blind. how am i going to adapt? like, 1:00 a.m., you know, like, you know, your mind starts to play tricks with you. >> and easier to dodge bullets when you're blind. >> yeah. and i didn't see my hand in front of my face. >> did you have on sunglasses? >> no. i don't like wearing sunglasses. that's the thing. now i have to wear sunglasses all the time. >> small price to pay. >> amazing thing about anderson. he does not know as much as music in the segment we just had as we might have imagined he would know. >> really nothing about music. >> we think of you about the king of pop culture as well. >> i know. >> as well as a war correspondent. >> sorry to let you down. music, i didn't grow up listening to music. >> what do you do when you work out? >> rihanna and up tempo dance music and stuff. honestly, my assistant puts it on my ipod. i don't know how to do that. >> i do down load my own music and recently playing, who did this? i did it
the existing gun laws? >> well what they do is -- they've got this policy and jeff miller the former head of the pennsylvania state police head of security for the nfl, john rossi, his deputy. they go team to team city to city and they sit down and go over a number of security issues, but they cover this gun policy very carefully saying every law in every state is different. you can't go traveling around with it without understanding those laws. the key is this policy is very strict. it says nfl prohibitions a stadium, a facility owned or operated. that means stadiums locker rooms, hotels buses, planes. there's a strict prohibition on guns and the players are -- their cars are screened coming into stadiums for parking. so a violation of that means hitting them in the pocketbook. >> but the issue here is culture, is it not? >> well there's an argument that we've heard in the axelrod piece that it is culture. i think the nfl officials look at it from a more practical sense, which is you have a number of people who come from tough places in tough cities who now go h
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